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"A moment with ... Larry Fink"

Today, take "A moment with... Larry Fink, who works in housing, dining, recreation and business services. He is a Miami alumnus ('81, MBA '85), Miami Merger and an Oxford Township resident who owns what he likes to describe as "a mini-ranch."

David Orr to discuss importance of ecological literacy

David Orr, known for his work on environmental literacy in higher education and his recent work in ecological design, will present "Education in a 'Black Swan' World: The Critical Imperative for Ecological Literacy" at 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, in 322 McGuffey Hall.

In memoriam: John C. "Doc" Wabrick

John C. "Doc" Wabrick, Miami University professor emeritus of music, died Thursday, Jan. 12. Wabrick began his career at Miami in 1964 and retired in 1988, serving as director of Miami's Glee Club, Choraliers, Collegiate Chorale and many musicals for the department of theatre.

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Miami in the News

Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, Jan. 12

Story about NKU preparing to start a restructured part-time MBA program this fall mentions other area programs including Miami's at its West Chester Township campus.

JournalNews, Thursday, Jan. 12

Story about concerns over the treatment of African Americans in Hamilton says the city is working with representatives from Miami University to provide diversity training for city staff.

Middletown Journal, Wednesday, Jan. 11

Story about several events at Miami University Middletown in January.

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  • In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the e-Report will not be published Monday, Jan. 16. Regular publishing schedule will resume Tuesday, Jan. 17.

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